[ct-user] QSX Reversed
Robert Doherty <email@example.com>
Mon, 27 Mar 2000 08:48:58 -0500
tnx .. K1TH also had it happen... 940...
Ken said that possibly we were
transmitting so it was reversed .. but when we were working the WPX on
Sunday it happened again on 40.. we had entered a DX call .. BUT
momentarily keyed the transmitter .. a fraction of a second.. on vox..
cleared my throat .. then hit ALT-F3.. and it was reversed ... we did NOT
hit ALT-F3 while in transmit .. we hit ESC to clear the ALT-F3.. and then
hit ALT-F3 again .. but it was still reversed .. we then tried to
duplicate what happened with another call .... but could not do it again
... we will try again this morning to see if we can reproduce what happened
"Gilmer, Mike" wrote:
> If I dare say, this seems to be a Kenwood problem.
> I posted at least two emails this month describing exactly this and some
> other manifestations of VFO problems. It seems to work "both ways" (with CT
> 9.48), that is, the 940 can send "bad" data to CT for ALT-F3 usage, and CT
> (the bandmap/announce window) often sends "bad data" to the 940.
> I also posted info on this one year ago - so it's been a problem for a
> Another argument for "going solo" ;-)
> Mike N2MG
> On Sunday, March 26, 2000 9:39 AM, Robert Doherty [SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> > WPX & CT9.49.008 ... TS-850
> > After about six entries on 40 phone and posting the DX splits correctly
> > .. ALT-F3..
> > the next one came up reversed ...like this.
> > DX OE8SKQ 7213.0 QSX 7092.0
> > Any one clicking on the band map would have ended up transmitting out of
> > the band.
> > Has any one else had this problem?? We had it happen one time before
> > with
> > CT9.48.
> > Whitey K1VV
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